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Couric to keynote Trinity commencement

Talk show host, journalist, author and documentary filmmaker Kate Couric will be Trinity College's commencement speaker next month, the school announced.

UConn, Comcast to open Storrs security innovation center

UConn and cable-media giant Comcast say they've reached an agreement to open a Center of Excellence for Security Innovation (CSI) at the university's Storrs campus.

SCSU audit finds missing records, discrepancies

A state audit of Southern Connecticut State University found that the school continued to lack some required documentation in 2010 and 2011 on employee work and purchasing, and failed to collect...

Berger-Sweeney to be Trinity's first female head

Hartford's Trinity College named Massachusetts scholar and neuroscientist Joanne Berger-Sweeney as its 22nd president in its 190-year history.

Former NYDN editor to chair QU journalism dept.

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Kevin R. Convey, former editor in chief of the New York Daily News, will chair Quinnipiac University's journalism department, the Hamden school announced.

Bill aims to boost college graduation with free credits

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said he has introduced legislation that aims to increase college completion rates at the state's 17 colleges and universities.

Best Places To Work In CT 2014 – Nos. 4-15, Large Company Category

#4 COCCCOCC, a provider of industry-leading complete technology services to banks and credit unions, is a mutual company offering a high level of customer service...

Best Places To Work In CT 2014 – Nos. 4-20, Small/Medium Company Category

#4 Fiduciary Investment AdvisorsFiduciary Investment Advisors is an investment advisory consulting firm providing consulting services to retirement plans (both...

BPTW vets share dedication to team, culture

By John A. Lahtinen |

From holiday dinners to awards to tuition reimbursement, the companies named to the Best Places to Work list often share some common practices.

Post U. keeps tuition flat

Waterbury’s Post University said it will keep its tuition flat at $26,250 in the coming school year.

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